Jose Mourinho hopes to upset one of his star midfielder’s guiding influences when Manchester United host Saint-Etienne in the Europa League on Thursday. The Portuguese’s famous will to win will be undimmed at Old Trafford, but Paul Pogba’s mother Yeo Moriba is angling for a draw. This is due to the presence of Pogba’s older
Manchester United’s net debt has increased by £71.6 million in the space of three months to £409.3m, the club’s quarterly financial report has confirmed. The report, which covers three months up to December 31, 2016, shows that the club’s total overheads rose 27.1 per cent between September 2016 and the end of the calendar year.
Manchester United may not be Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s dream club but the challenge they offered was enough to convince him to leave Borussia Dortmund for the Premier League. Mkhitaryan established himself as one of the hottest properties in European football during a three-season spell in the Bundesliga, the midfielder scoring 41 goals and creating 49 in
Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has rubbished speculation that he wants to join Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. The future of the France international has been cast into doubt in recent weeks following his reduced role under Jose Mourinho this season. Martial was United’s top scorer in 2015-16 with 17 goals in
Patrice Evra has revealed he was close to re-joining Manchester United but says “a person at the club” likely stopped his hopes of returning to Old Trafford. The defender moved to Marseille from Juventus in the January transfer window, but only after he had been heavily linked with Jose Mourinho’s side. Evra, 35, represented United
Manchester United have added Bastian Schweinsteiger to their Europa League squad for the knockout stages of the tournament. s The former Germany international was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Jose Mourinho at the start of the season and was left out of United’s initial European roster. Nevertheless, Schweinsteiger has returned to selection contention in
Ronald Koeman wants Everton to keep on putting the pressure on Manchester United as they look to climb up the Premier League table. Everton sit seventh ahead of this weekend’s match against Bournemouth, trailing sixth-placed United by five points. Jose Mourinho’s side have failed to win any of their last three top-flight outings, and Koeman’s
Manchester United teenager Axel Tuanzebe is determined not to let Jose Mourinho’s praise go to his head as he attempts to show his manager that he can make the step up to the first team. The centre-back is regarded as one of the Red Devils’ brightest prospects and this week Mourinho hinted that the 19-year-old
Adnan Januzaj remains hopeful he still has a future at Manchester United and has made it clear Paul Pogba is keen for him to return to Old Trafford. The 21-year-old impressed after breaking into the first team at United in 2013-14 under David Moyes, but has since been unable to build on that debut campaign.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is desperate to keep both David de Gea and Sergio Romero at Old Trafford amid speculation linking the goalkeepers with moves away. Reports continue to connect De Gea with Real Madrid, who came within minutes of signing him in 2015 – only for his deadline-day transfer not to be completed